Women’s Bible Study


Thursdays, 9:15-11A
Sept 13-Nov 15, 2018
Jan 10-April 25, 2019

Our Current Study

1st and 2nd Corinthians

Corinthians WBS

The city of Corinth was a melting pot of cultures and religions. It was a port city which often resulted in the further immersion of religious and syncretistic practices but also held the great potential for the exportation of goods and ideas. The church in Corinth struggled with being too closely engaged in the city’s culture, thus reflecting the world they lived in. The church took pride in their spiritual knowledge, the leaders they followed, and even the sin they continued to live in.

Paul writes to the church challenging them to the way of the cross, which is love. To not live as the world but to contrast it through a selfless life that lays down its rights, reflects true humility, and loves God and others more than the world. The letters to the Corinthians recognize that true strength is not brought of our own accord but when we allow God to be God in our weakness and our vulnerability. Love defined by God is greater than a love that is defined by the world. Come and study through the letters of Corinthians and discover in a safe and loving community how this kind of love can transform individuals, churches, and cities.

Our Teacher


Rachael Frase is originally from Idaho, and had previous worked with the mission organization Youth with a Mission (YWAM) for over 10 years. She has led and pioneered schools that train people with tools to study God’s Word. She has taught overseas and stateside where her heart is to see people equipped to know God’s living and active Word.

She and her husband Scott have been married for eight years and have 2 children, Emma and Wesley. They are expecting their 3rd this December. They are currently pursuing Master’s Degrees at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary to better serve the body of Christ through biblical and theological training, discipleship, and staff and leadership development within the local and global church.


Corinthians Study Guide